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GOODRICH CASTLE, ROSS-ON-WYE - PAGE TWO
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Continued from page one . . . Here you can meet 'Wendy, of Llangrove', custodian of Goodrich Castle, Herefordshire. They are really very nice people and if you are a member of English Heritage, they will let you in for free. They will also offer you a Digital Guide to help you find your way around the ancient fortress.

You can view inside the Chapel on this page, including the magnificent stained glass window depicting the River Wye and discover 'Roaring Meg' the famous cannon. Sir Henry Lingen fought unsuccessfully to hold the Goodrich Castle for the king in 1645. ‘Roaring Meg’ the the famous cannon is now on display at Goodrich Castle, the scene of its greatest victory.

For more information and other photographs of Goodrich Castle, please see the links at the bottom of this page.

Wendy and Anne, Custodians of Goodrich Castle.
Wendy and Anne, custodians of Goodrich Castle.
The Chapel at Goodrich Castle.
Inside the Chapel at Goodrich Castle.
The Chapel at Goodrich Castle.
Stained Glass inside the Chapel at Goodrich Castle.
'Roaring Meg' at Goodrich Castle.
Roaring Meg, the cannon now inside Goodrich Castle.

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